Two Sony Cameras Make National Geographic’s Best New Compact Cameras For Travelers List

Sony has been dominating the mirrorless market so it is not surprising that two of their cameras made National Geographic’s Best New Compact Cameras For Travelers List. Last year National Geographic recognized the RX100VI and RX10IV as being a top travel camera and this year they have given 2 Sony cameras the honor of being picked as The Best New Compact Cameras For Travelers for 2020.

Sony RX100VIII: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

“No other camera in this size has autofocus or shoot speeds close to this little wonder. We’re talking 20 frames per second (FPS) with real-time autofocus/auto exposure. Thanks to new sensor tech borrowed from Sony’s flagship a9 series, this model also shoots electronically with almost no distortion of moving subjects. In practice, this means silent shooting and high shutter speeds for working in bright light.”

Sony a6600: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

“The a6600 is the first Sony APS-C camera to use the larger Z-style battery that powers all of Sony’s newer generation full-frame mirrorless cameras, pushing through roughly 800 shots on a single charge.”

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via National Geographic

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